Innovation in science, technology and industry

NIS (Phase II): Canberra TIP Workshop

 

... Commercialisation of Government-Funded Research

Hyatt Hotel, Canberra, Australia (25 November 1998, 9:00-17:45)

AGENDA

SESSION 1: FRAMEWORK SYSTEMS FOR RESEARCH COMMERCIALISATION
  • Venture Capital and Commercialisation of Research
    Eliezor Manor, Secretary-General, Israel Venture Capital Association
  • Strategies for Commercialising the Science Base
    Ron Botham, Manager, Commercialising Science and Technology and Local Networks of Enterprises, Scottish Enterprise, Glascow
  • Regulatory Frameworks for Commercialisation of Research
    Kazuhiko Hombu, Director, Technology Policy Planning Division, MITI, Japan
  • General Discussion
SESSION 2: RESEARCH/INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS TO FOSTER COMMERCIALISATION
  • The View from Industry
    John Martin, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD (BIAC)
  • The View from Government Research Agencies
    Paul Wellings, Head, Science and Technology Division, Department of Industry, Science and Tourism (DIST), Australia
  • The View from Higher Education Institutes
    Mary O'Kane, Programme on Institutional Management in Higher Education (IMHE), OECD
  • General Discussion
SESSION 3: BALANCING RIGHTS IN RESEARCH COMMERCIALISATION
  • Intellectual Property Rights and Innovation
    Bénédicte Callan, Science and Technology Policy Division, Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry (DSTI), OECD
  • Commercialisation of Public Research in the United States
    David Mowery, University of California, Berkeley, United States
  • Technology Transfer from Public Research in Europe
    Jacqueline Senker, Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), United Kingdom
  • Licensing and Technology Transfer in Australia
    John Bell, Managing Director, ANUTECH Pty, Australia
  • General Discussion